On 22 November, no less than 138 participants came to the Cultural Centre in Mechelen for the second Dyle-Senne Day.
As part of Life Belini, we were obviously also present on this important day for our project zone.
It was a very successful and busy edition, which began by introducing the Integral Water Policy and the regional vision being prepared on the rivers Dyle and Senne. Orion continued by explaining the charter for intergovernmental collaboration on the open space in Mechelen’s River district.
During a well-deserved coffee break, visitors were able to visit the various stands at the info market, including our own about the Belini project. The morning session resumed with some exciting inspiration sessions about ‘daring to choose open space’, ‘water as a leverage for the landscape’, and ‘the heart of nature’.
The morning ended with all partners signing the strategic project ORIOM, the charter for intergovernmental collaboration on the open space in Mechelen’s River district. In the afternoon, the various accomplishments could be viewed in practice. The bike rides, walks and boat trips in the sunshine topped the day off!